Closed 3rd September 2022.
Nagual Creations returns with a set of original oil paintings, in his unique style that are inspired by his musical journey. Together with Imogen Belfield’s rockesque pieces, featured in music videos, and worn by pop and rock stars alike, we aim to include all music-lovers in some shape or form.
‘Days of Punk’ is a photographic exhibition from the award-winning, internationally renowned director and photographer, Michael Grecco. The 29 featured images over 2 floors are selections from Grecco’s new book, ‘Punk, Post Punk, New Wave’. This best-seller contains 162 black & white and colour shots of artists including Johnny Rotten, Madness, Talking Heads, The Specials, The Clash and the Ramones, among many others.
Closed 03 September
We are honoured to present ‘Days of Punk’ – an exhibition from the award-winning, internationally renowned director and photographer, Michael Grecco.
The 29 featured images are selections from Grecco’s best-selling new book, ‘Punk, Post Punk, New Wave’, containing 162 black & white and colour shots of artists including Johnny Rotten, Madness, Talking Heads, The Specials, The Clash and the Ramones, among many others.
Michael made the trip from the US of A to join us in-person at Blindwell on the afternoon of Saturday 16th July to sign copies of ‘Punk, Post Punk, New Wave’, followed by an evening ‘Audience with Michael Grecco’, with a champagne reception & gluten-free canapes prepared on-site by Coastal Cooks.
After the event: if you’d like to enquire about availability of (very) limited edition prints, hit the ‘enquire’ button below and we’ll get back to you.
From rivers to seas to aquatic life, and a little rain thrown in for good measure, water inspires creativity, and it’s reach is broad. From illustration to painting, photography to sculpture, crafting to home decor, and so much more. It lends itself to activities that promote our well-being, whether through high-octane active sport or relaxing river-side with a rod in hand.
On the ground floor, work from Danni Bradford includes her largest piece to-date: ‘Silver Darlings’, a 3-dimensional shoal of sardines, hand painted and gilded in silver leaf on 6 layers of toughened glass. We are also thrilled to be the first to exhibit Danni’s ink & paper studies, highlighted with 24 kt gold leaf.
In our ‘portal’, the Soothing Souls figures from Rach Wellbeing represent loved ones looking over you. Be they family, friends or pets, these figures are inspired by Rach’s love of meditation and of water with the calmness & energy it brings.
The mezzanine level showcases a selection of water-inspired photographs that follow our founder Emma’s journeys both from home and away.
To find out more about each of the artists, there are more details on the ARTISTS page
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The concept of our suspended installation ‘The Invisible String’ by Taylor Zhou was inspired by the children’s book of the same name that Taylor reads with his daughters at bedtime to explain what love is.
The essence of the story is that we are all connected to our loved ones by an invisible string, no matter where we are. Being connected by the invisible string means no one is ever truly alone, which is an especially important message during the pandemic, where people are feeling increasingly isolated.
Taylor is an associate architect at Sybarite in London, where he has worked for just under a year. Originally from China, he has been living in the UK for the past 23 years.
As we emerge from the troubles and strife of 2021 and begin this new year, let’s open it with LOVE. Love is like an invisible string that connects us emotionally, be it to friends, family, lovers or even to our ‘self’.
Love means many things to many people. It’s not just desire, not just a symbol. It can be maternal, paternal, brotherly or sisterly. It can be a way of life, about the way we live, about things that we cherish and that bring us joy, or the things that make us reflect on who we are.
In our second exhibition we visually explore the concept of LOVE, through the obvious, and perhaps less-so. Friendship, family, self-discovery and sensuality are key to the photographs chosen from our Open Call, and the art work by Nagual Creations takes symbolism to dizzyingly detailed heights.
A selection of images from the exhibition are available to order. If you would like to receive a PDF of available artists, please get in touch by clicking ‘ENQUIRE’
Open call is now closed
The exhibition of selected work will run from 27th January to 2nd April, and include a combination of series’ of work from individual photographers as well as single works from individuals.
Stay tuned for the final selection
Till 6th July
Join us on Tuesday mornings for this gentle programme with Pip Fresch. Pip’s therapeutic practice will guide you through the basic movements of Hatha yoga, breathing and meditation to help you build a successful yoga practice, improving health and well-being for all ages and abilities.
Suited to those who are new to yoga, or prefer a gentle practice, you will build strength, develop your flexibility and relieve anxiety.
For Pip, well-being is a way of life, and she has practiced yoga for over 25 years. She founded her business, Western Wellbeing, about 5 years ago to help others improve their well-being in a holistic and tangible way. Pip holds a Level 3 QCF Diploma in teaching yoga (200 hrs) and also qualified through the “Yoga like Water” school. As a teacher of Therapeutic Somatic Yoga for healing and recovery, she often brings fascial release techniques into her yoga classes. Pip is a fully accredited member of the Independent Yoga Network.
Till 18th December
In our collaboration with PHOTOWALK GLOBAL, photographers from around the world submitted their take on circles through Instagram & Facebook for the 2 weeks from 3rd to 17th July. From over 1,800 submissions, 36 finalists were selected for our debut exhibition.
The selected photos cover tradition, culture, documentary, creative, architecture, street, nature and more, from around the world. All with a common thread – the circle.
Formed in 2019 by a group of 6 enthusiasts, Photowalk Global offers an online platform that welcomes & promotes photographers from all genres through regular contests and challenges. To date, they are a 9,000+ strong community across Instagram and Facebook and are open to anyone involved in photography whether professional, amateur or hobbyist.
As worldwide community, they celebrate diversity and encourage photographers to explore new areas, be creative & share their thoughts.
Find Photowalk Global on Instagram: @photowalkglobal & Facebook: Photowalk Global
Post work stretch & wind down
Join us straight from work for this stretch and wind-down to release any tensions or stresses of the day. Lauren’s mindful approach will help open your body through targeted yoga stretches, and let go of tension through movement, relaxation and breath work. Meditation will encourage grounding your mind back to the present and connect you back to your ‘self’. Great for improving strength, mobility and alignment, releasing tight hips and reducing anxiety.
Choosing a ‘flexi 5’ pass gives access to any well-being class, and is valid for 10 weeks.
Lauren always had a keen interest in movement, discovered early on in life through her involvement in dance. On discovering yoga, Lauren instantly connected with the breath and alignment cues. This cultivated her awareness of how yoga can be used to deepen one’s psyche to connect with the body, creating a feeling of spaciousness and alignment within. She has a First Class Honours Degree in movement and over a decade of teaching experience grounded in Anusara and Vinyasa Flow.
Till 18TH December
Circles surround us, from our coffee cups and camera lenses, to the sun, the moon, and the stars. They are symbolic of vitality, wholeness, completion and perfection. Just like a clock moving through time in a circular motion, we feel a sense that there is a beginning and end to the day, yet time never begins or ends, it just keeps moving in a circle.
As our world opened up, following months of living in bubbles and feeling like we’re going round in circles, what better theme for our launch than CIRCLES. The exhibition features work from an international and national stage, covering photography, sculpture, ceramics, art and jewellery that are all influenced by the circle.